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Terry Griggs is a Canadian author. Her book of short stories Quickening was a finalist at the 1991 Governor General's Awards, and she won the Marian Engel Award in 2003.
Originally from Manitoulin Island, where her family operated a fishing lodge near Little Current, she studied English literature at the University of Western Ontario.
She presently lives in Stratford, Ontario.
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